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Sound system Greetings, My windows xp sounds system just got off the hook, how am i going to install that back? this morning i just updated my windows then suddenly its already gone in the system

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Uninstall ur update u installed this morning and that will fix ur problem

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I will instal window xp and i have all driver **** after instalation no sound from my computer. i also use head phone **** no result. i also check from control panel sound and audio devicess and click...


Make sure all the drivers you have, are installed correctly.

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Jun 24, 2011 | HP Computers & Internet

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I have formate my pc and my sound is lost how can i get it back...my windows is xp with sp2 can you help me to download free and install it please...


Hello dj_itachi7
Go first to microsoft's to download SP3 for Win XP .
After installation is completed , go to the device manager and identify the sound controller . Try a driver update from there or go to the manufacturer's site to download the driver .
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Mar 16, 2011 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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How do i update my sound drive for free


1. Windows XP Update:
To update the sound card driver, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start, click Control Panel, and then double-click System.
  2. Click the Hardware tab.
  3. Expand Sound, video, and game controllers.
  4. Double-click the sound card, and then click the Driver tab.
  5. Click Update Driver.
  6. Follow the Hardware Update Wizard to update the sound card driver.
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Another Option: Download From Web Link:
http://drivers.softpedia.com/

Jan 29, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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My packard bell imedia pc has lost the ability to play windows sounds and any sound from the internet. I can still get sound from media player 11 and realplayer. i'm using xp home and the sound card is...


Go into device manager, (control panel, system, hardware) double click your sound hardware, go to the drivers tab, and click roll back driver. Once this has completed, go to microsoft update, select the 'custom' option, and run the scan. This should produce a list which includes an update for your realtek; click the little "+" sign beside the update and select "Do not show this update again". This should prevent the update from being installed in the future, and your sound SHOULD be back to normal. I have the same issues with some of my older systems, some of Microsofts' updates turn out to be incompatible with the hardware, usually in the sound department.

Oct 15, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Sound driver does not work


Go to the sound driver website to get an updated driver.

Jul 14, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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My Built-in sound card was lost!


Go to START / ALL PROGRAMS / ACCESSORIES / RUN.

In the command window type compmgnt.msc Under

System Tools click DEVICE MANAGER.

In the Device Manager click Sound, video, and game controllers.

Expand the tree by clicking on the (+) plus sign then select the

name of your sound device. Click Driver, then click Update Driver.

If it fails to update go to Windows Update by clicking

START / ALL PROGRAMS / WINDOWS UPDATE

Let it scan your computer and you'll want hardware under

Optional Updates. Your last choice is to go to the homepage

of your sound device's manufacturer.

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Jan 28, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Sound stutters


Def. sounds like a software driver problem - but not for the spkrs - but for the sound card. Do a "Windows Update", selecting "Custom" in lieu of "Express". After it inventories which updates apply to your system, over on the left of the screen, click on "Hardware Updates" - see if there are any drivers listed for your sound card. Select them, and click on "Install Updates". If not, determine *exactly* which sound card you have, go to the manuf. website, look for drivers for Windows XP, download/install.

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WINDOWS XP SOUND DRIVER INSTALLATION


There may be other problems with your sound. however to install a sound device download Driver-Mechanic free from www.elitegroup.com driver updates and run it on your computer, it will automatically detect any required driver updates for your PC and update them as required from the website free. Alternatively go to your control panel, open system icon, click hardware tab, click device manager, go to sound video & game controllers & double click to open, select your multimedia controller and right click, click "properties", click the "Driver" tab & click the "update driver" button; windows will then guide through the process to update your driver.

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Sep 02, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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No sound driver found


Usually if its onboard sound or a sound card that came stock with your system Windows Update should be able to find it; go into device manager and uninstall your sound device…then reboot and allow Windows to find your sound device then allow Windows to search Windows Update for the driver (this might take a minute).

Nov 10, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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Speakers are not being recognised


i would like to know if your on board soud or sound card is not being recognized by your system? as far as i know speaker will not work if your sound device driver is not installed. so maybe theres nothing wrong with your speakers. try to go to my computer properties go to system device hardware and see if there is an yellow exclamation in your sound device. if there is, update the driver using the provided cd from your motherboard, if its on board sound device. but if its a sound card, update the driver using the cd provided from your sound card. but if your sound device is ok and there no yellow exclamation, probably you hooked your speaker connector to the wrong jack. it should be the color green one. try and good luck

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